However much it costs for a table dance at an Atlanta strip club, with or without the finest stripper in the joint, it’s far less than the premium artists are paying to have T-Pain sing their hook or harmonize their bridge. After a gutta artist like Plies used Teddy for the hit, Shawty, the Bad Boy signed Boyz N Da Hood must have figured there was simply no other choice. The unlikely collaboration creates the pre-mentioned, Table Dance, the second single off the group’s sophomore album, Back Up N Da Chevy. The album drops in October but before it does, look for 27 more T-Pain features.
Written by DJ Z on 09/6/07
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